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Charts in brief: 27 May 10 (Part 2).

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Healthway Medical: The MACD is poised for a bullish crossover with the signal line in negative territory. MFI is just above the oversold region while OBV has been in gradual decline.  Technically, not very inspiring although the 14c support has been recaptured.  This is a long term support provided by the 200dMA which has flattened.




The shorter term downtrend is obvious with both the 20d and 50d MAs declining. Overcoming the 20dMA resistance would probably see 15.5c tested as a significant resistance level.  Another chance to sell at resistance? Perhaps. Good luck to all who are still vested.

LMIR: An impressive white candle day. MFI formed a higher low and is rising.  OBV is rising. MACD has turned up towards the signal line.Without higher volume on an up day, we have to remain somewhat sceptical of the upmove but an upday is always welcomed. I would now wait to see if the upward movement continues. I expect resistance to any continuing upward movement in price at 47c which was the support level which failed on 19 May. This was rather recent and is still fresh in the minds of market participants.
 



NOL: Buying momentum has been improving with the MFI rising.  OBV has been rising strongly too, suggesting accumulation is robust. A white engulfing candle formed today after a black spinning top yesterday. This confirmed the black spinning top as a reversal signal.  Expect further resistance at $1.94 and $1.99.




Saizen REIT: It is quite obvious that there is some weakness in the short term.  If the tension in the Korean peninsula should escalate, more nervous investors might sell their investments in Saizen REIT. This, unfortunately, is not something we could have anticipated or controlled.  Fundamentally, Saizen REIT is improving over time and its income stream is stable and secure. 15.5c remains a significant support.  The next significant support is at 14.5c.




SPH: Things are turning around, it seems.  A white candle day with MFI and OBV rising. MACD has gone flat which allows the distance with the signal line to lessen. Immediate support provided by the 200dMA at $3.70 while immediate resistance is at $3.78.  Overcoming $3.78 would find further resistance at $3.82 where the fast descending 20dMA seems poised to form a dead cross with the 100dMA in the coming sessions.




Starhub: Price has not been able to recapture the 200dMA support so far. $2.14 remains the immediate resistance. Although MFI has been rising, forming higher lows, OBV has not been as enthusiastic.  This suggests that we have positive buying momentum but accumulation is weak. MACD is still declining in negative territory and the downtrend is still very much intact.




A successful break above the 200dMA would find resistance at $2.19, the top of a base formation which lasted a few months.  Upside seems limited and going long at this point seems less likely to be rewarding. Any decline in price from here should see initial support at $2.06, the neckline of a reverse head and shoulders formation seen in November 09.

"We could have had an interim bottom of some kind - had an incredibly negative spate with really big volume on the downside," says Danielle Park, president of Venable Park Investment Council and author of Juggling Dynamite. "I think the themes we're concerned about today are like the volcanic cloud over Europe. It'll blow away for a little while and then it'll come back." 
Posted May 26, 2010 05:09pm EDT by Aaron Task



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